Newton Faulkner (English Singer-songwriter) Wiki, Biography, Age, Wife, Family, Net Worth

Newton Faulkner Wiki,Biography, Net Worth

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Newton Faulkner Wiki, Biography

Date of Birth 11 January 1985
Birth Day 11 January
Birth Years 1985
Age 36 years old
Birth Place Reigate, Surrey, England
Birth City Surrey
Birth Country United Kingdom
Nationality British
Famous As Musician
Also Known for Musician
Zodiac Sign Capricorn
Occupation Musician

Famously known by the Family name Newton Faulkner, is a great Musician. He was born on 11 January 1985, in Reigate, Surrey, England. Surrey is a beautiful and populous city located in Reigate, Surrey, England United Kingdom.

Newton Faulkner Early Life Story, Family Background and Education

Faulkner is the second child of Sally Carolyn (née Battenberg, formerly Evans) and Keith William Faulkner. He has an older brother, Toby William Battenberg Faulkner and a younger sister, Charlotte (Lottie) Elizabeth Battenberg Faulkner. Faulkner attended the Hawthorns School in Bletchingley, Surrey. He began playing guitar at the age of 13 (after a few attempts at the drums and piano) and attended the Italia Conti Academy of Theatre Arts. He grew his trademark red dreadlocks at age 15. He then moved on to the Academy of Contemporary Music in Guildford in 2002, where he spent two years gaining both diploma and the higher diploma award under the tutelage of Eric Roche, amongst others.

His first band was a Green Day cover band, in which he played bass guitar. His experience on the stage grew as he formed ‘Half A Guy’, a funk rock group, with bandmates Matt Buchanan (credited in Newton’s Hand Built by Robots tab book), Dave Elvy and Nicola Crawshaw. ‘Half A Guy’ recorded two demo CDs and lasted two years before splitting. He then spent time recording and playing gigs under the name Newton Battenberg Faulkner, including the Lapagestock festival on 11 June 2005.

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Newton Faulkner Net Worth

Newton Faulkner has a net worth of $5.00 million (Estimated) which he earned from his occupation as Musician. Popularly known as the Musician of United Kingdom. He is seen as one of the most successful Musician of all times. Newton Faulkner Net Worth & Basic source of earning is being a successful British Musician.

Newton entered the career as Musician In his early life after completing his formal education..

Net Worth

Estimated Net Worth in 2022 $1 Million to $5 Million Approx
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Newton Faulkner’s official Twitter account

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Life Story & Timeline

2018

In November and December 2018, Faulkner starred as the Sung Thoughts of the Journalist in the 40th anniversary musical version of Jeff Wayne’s War of the Worlds.

On December 10, 2018, Faulkner announced through social media channels the forthcoming release of The Very Best of Newton Faulkner…So Far, featuring 31 songs: selected songs from his six studio albums, three new tracks, and recordings of “all the covers I play live, from ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ to ’Send Me On My Way’ and a track I promised myself I’d never record!” A new Christmas-themed track called “Wake Up” was previewed on his website to promote the album. A European tour for Spring 2019 was announced at the same time, but was postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

2017

Newton’s sixth studio album was released on 1 September 2017. While this built on the intricate guitar and percussive guitar work that was a feature of his previous albums, it marked a conscious focus from Newton to push his vocal range to the limits with a strong emphasis also on rhythm, most noticeably on the first, eponymous, single which featured some very high notes and also on another blues-tinged track Finger Tips which was released as the third single and the follow up to All She Needs. As this recording marked the 10th anniversary of Newton’s debut album Hand Built By Robots, Hit The Ground Running featured several deliberate references to that record; the opening track Smoked Ice Cream (a track that he had played live for years that had no title until a suggestion was shouted out from a crowd at a gig) featured a slowly picked melody building into a rhythmic instrumental played on a single acoustic guitar before the vocals kicked in, in a similar way to that which the instrumental Intro builds and then segues into To The Light at the start of his debut album. The placement of the only instrumental track Guitar-y Thing in the middle of Hit The Ground Running is also a nod to Sitar-Y-Thing which was an instrumental giving a similar mood to split Hand Built By Robots into two halves. Shortly before the release of Hit The Ground Running, Newton recorded an acoustic version of the full Hand Built By Robots album as a free gift for his fans, putting it out on YouTube as a video album featuring a newly recorded video of him playing each song in a different setting in and around his house with each song seguing into the next in the same way and in the same order as the original record.

2016

In 2016, Faulkner was cast as Johnny in the musical American Idiot, which is based on songs from the band Green Day. He played the role on the UK Tour, and continued in the role when the show returned to the West End at the Arts Theatre in July 2016.

2015

On 15 September 2015, it was announced that Faulkner’s fifth studio album, Human Love, would be released on 20 November 2015. A music video for the album’s lead single, a cover of Major Lazer’s song “Get Free”, was released the same day and featured a live take of Newton cutting off the long dreadlocks that had been a part of his instantly recognisable image since his teens. A second single Up Up and Away was subsequently released and accompanied by a video featuring choreographed dance routines performed while Newton jogged along a river bank.

2013

The recording of Faulkner’s fourth album Studio Zoo was being streamed live online, 24/7 for five weeks from 11 June 2013, with regular updates on the social networks. His home studio in East London was set up with four cameras, to follow every detail of recording the album..

On 16 June 2013 Faulkner played the main stage at the Isle of Wight Festival 2013 with live streaming as part of the Studio Zoo project. He played “Dream Catch Me”, “I Need Something”, “Brick by Brick”, “Orange Skies” and a cover of Queen’s “Bohemian Rhapsody”, among others.

The album Studio Zoo was released on 26 August 2013. It debuted at no. 10 at UK Albums Chart, becoming Faulkner’s fourth top 10 studio album.

2012

An EP titled Sketches was released in April 2012, followed by a third studio album Write It On Your Skin, which was released in July 2012 and reached number one on the UK Albums Chart. Faulkner’s fourth album, Studio Zoo, was released in 2013 and reached number ten on the chart. His fifth studio album, Human Love, was released in November 2015. Newton’s sixth album Hit The Ground Running was released in September 2017 and debuted at number 13 in the UK charts.

An EP named Sketches was released on 17 April 2012 and contained three new tracks. It was taken off iTunes on 21 April 2012, and was updated and re-released on 21 May 2012.

At several shows on his 2012 tour, Faulkner announced that his third studio album would be titled Write It on Your Skin, and a track called “Clouds” would be the album’s first single. In June 2012, “Clouds” received BBC Radio 1 airplay. Write It on Your Skin was released on 9 July 2012 and reached number one on the UK Albums Chart.

Faulkner performed two live gigs at Edinburgh’s The Edge Festival in August 2012 with Reverieme. In September he played at Weyfest. In the Autumn of 2012, Newton and his brother Toby co-wrote several tracks with Janet Devlin for her upcoming debut album.

In 2012, Faulkner played a UK wide tour for his album Write It On Your Skin, and in 2013 he toured Australia.

2011

In 2011 he played at “Movistar Summer Experience” in Pinamar, Argentina in February and at the ‘Beach Break Live’ in Wales. Faulkner headlined the ‘Avebury Rocks Charity Concert’ in July 2011 and this event raised money for a Cancer Charity the Love Hope Strength Foundation. In July 2011 he played at the Cambridge Folk Festival. In 2011 Faulkner performed at the Bath Forum as a part of the ‘International Guitar Foundation’.

In 2011, a portrait of Faulkner painted by British artist Joe Simpson was exhibited around the UK including a solo exhibition at The Royal Albert Hall.

Also in 2011, his track “Over and Out” was covered by the Irish vocal pop group Westlife and was included in the band’s second major compilation album and twelfth major overall album Greatest Hits.

2010

In 2010, “Dream Catch Me” was featured in the US film, She’s Out of My League. In early 2010, Faulkner featured on the Hamish and Andy radio show in Australia, playing “I Hate Mondays” and this song charted at No.1 on the Australian Apple iTunes Store. Faulkner again performed at several UK festivals – Glastonbury Festival 2010, Oxegen Ireland, T in the Park 2010 in Scotland, Latitude Festival 2010, and the Beautiful Days music festival in Devon. In October 2010, he played a surprise set at the ACM Awards show at Indig02 at the O2 Arena in London and in November 2010, he appeared at the ‘Christmas Lights switch-on’ in Barnstaple.

Faulkner took part in the 2010-2011 Edinburgh New Year’s Hogmanay Celebration.

2009

Faulkner’s second studio album, Rebuilt by Humans, was released in 2009 and charted at number 3 on the UK Albums Chart. After an accident to his right wrist, he said that he had “been put back together again by humans”. The first single from the album was “If This Is It”.

Faulkner released his second studio album, Rebuilt by Humans, in 2009, which made No.3 UK Albums Chart. On a video blog streamed live from Newton Faulkner’s website on 22 June 2009, he stated that the new album would be called Rebuilt By Humans. The reason for this was that in December 2008, Faulkner slipped on some ice and badly injured his wrist, into which doctors fitted a metal plate. He then said that effectively, he had “been put back together again by humans”. The first single from the album was “If This Is It”, with the video exclusively shown on Channel 4 and released in September 2009.

In 2009 Faulkner played at Latitude Festival, Cois Fharraige in the Republic of Ireland, and at the Crossing Border Festival in the Netherlands, which was his last performance for the Rebuilt By Humans launch tour.

2007

He subsequently signed with Sony BMG records and in July 2007 he released his début album Hand Built By Robots. He supported James Morrison on his February UK tour, Paolo Nutini on his UK tour in April, and John Mayer on his September dates in the UK. He also supported The John Butler Trio on a number of European dates.

In 2007, Faulkner’s debut studio album Hand Built by Robots was certified double platinum in the United Kingdom. Hand Built By Robots made No.1 in the UK Album Chart in August 2007. He released three singles from the album, “Dream Catch Me”, “I Need Something” and “Teardrop”. “Dream Catch Me” was selected Jo Whiley’s Pet Sound on her daily Radio 1 show and made No.7 on the UK Singles Charts. This gave the track exposure and was highly commented on by listeners to Jo’s show by SMS and e-mail. On 29 July, “Dream Catch Me” reached No. 7 in the UK Singles Chart. His fourth single from the album, a cover of Massive Attack’s “Teardrop”, was released in December 2007. A new video for “I Need Something” was released in March along with a United States version of the video for “Dream Catch Me”.

Faulkner has performed at several major UK summer music festivals. In 2007 and 2008 he played at Glastonbury Festival, V Festival, Connect Music Festival 2007, at Radio 1’s Big Weekend 2008, Lollapalooza 2008 in Grant Park Chicago, Oxegen in Ireland and at the Isle of Wight Festival 2008.

2006

Faulkner made appearances in 2006 on BBC Radio 2 and he secured a Publishing deal with Peermusic UK who asked the Independent on Sunday to tell its readers to “watch this face”. Faulkner performed at the 2006 South by Southwest music festival and at Guilfest 2007.

2005

His first band was a Green Day cover band, in which he played bass guitar. His experience on the stage grew as he formed ‘Half A Guy’, a funk rock group, with bandmates Matt Buchanan (credited in Newton’s Hand Built by Robots tab book), Dave Elvy and Nicola Crawshaw. ‘Half A Guy’ recorded two demo CDs and lasted two years before splitting. He then spent time recording and playing gigs under the name Newton Battenberg Faulkner, including the Lapagestock festival on 11 June 2005.

In 2005, he made a song for the game ‘TrackMania Sunrise’ called Take Back.

2002

Faulkner is the second child of Sally Carolyn (née Battenberg, formerly Evans) and Keith William Faulkner. He has an older brother, Toby William Battenberg Faulkner and a younger sister, Charlotte (Lottie) Elizabeth Battenberg Faulkner. Faulkner attended the Hawthorns School in Bletchingley, Surrey. He began playing guitar at the age of 13 (after a few attempts at the drums and piano) and attended the Italia Conti Academy of Theatre Arts. He grew his trademark red dreadlocks at age 15. He then moved on to the Academy of Contemporary Music in Guildford in 2002, where he spent two years gaining both diploma and the higher diploma award under the tutelage of Eric Roche, amongst others.

1985

Sam Newton Battenberg Faulkner (born 11 January 1985) is an English singer-songwriter and musician from Reigate, Surrey. He is known for his percussive style of guitar playing. In 2007 Faulkner’s debut studio album Hand Built by Robots was certified double platinum in the United Kingdom. The album topped the UK Albums Chart in August 2007. It was promoted by three singles, “Dream Catch Me”, “I Need Something” and “Teardrop”. “Dream Catch Me” reached number seven on the UK Singles Charts.

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